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BiuDpmT WESLEYAX ANNIVERSARY.—The anniversary services of the E.iglish Wesley.in chapel were held on the afternoon and evening of Wednesday the 21st instant. The Rev. Dr. Beau- mont, of London, preached two very eloquent and impressive sermons on the occasion. The evening discourse (which seems to bear the palm) was one of no ordinary description (from 137 Psalm, 5-6 verses). The rev. gentleman dwelt far some considerable time upon the grand features which characterise a noble spil-it," in wnich it was clearly shown that neither the s -llish nor covetous, who, whatever their achievements might be, itre actuated by motives of mere private or party interest; nor the individual who, for the sake of fame and vain glory, per- forms some daring act of bravery almost unparalleled in the aim lis of history, have any claim to, or can be said to possess a noble spirit." He then went on to the close of his dis- course, which was characterised as usual for its clearness and vlvidity, and listened to with the most profound attention by a f very respectable and. crowded audience. The collections, '• '•.hough not large, were, considering the state oi' the times, pretty liberal. SINGULAR COINCIDENCE. —A coincidence of a rather singular character has occurred within the last three weeks, not a hun- dred miles from the town of Bridgend. A Dissenting minister s V, about to leave his congregation for a short time, on a tour I through" the neighbouring counties, preached from Romans 12 ch., 1 v., the Sabbath morning previous to leaving. The rev. geatleinan who supplied his pulpit the following Sabbath morn- ing favoured his attentive hearers with a second sermon from the same text; while the worthy divine who officiated on the succeeding Sabbath, thinking, it would appear, to improve upon the discourses of his rev. brethren the two preceding Sab- baths, delivered a third discourse upon the same subject. This is a treat which is not often experienced.

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